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Resource List for Dialogue and Action on Racism and Civil Rights

August 27, 2013

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The resources in this document are for individuals, community leaders and groups, law enforcement officials and elected leaders who want to learn about, organize dialogue, and take action to address specific aspects of structural racism.

 

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